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Crown Prince MBS Arrived To London And Is Set To Meet The Queen In A Three-Day Visit

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Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman was welcomed by Britain’s Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson, as he arrived in London on Wednesday. A full-schedule has been planned for His Highness as he embarks on a three-day-journey in England’s capital. 

His London trip started as soon as the three-day-trip to Cairo came to an end.

He was welcomed warmly at the airport

The Crown Prince is scheduled to have lunch with Queen Elizabeth at the Buckingham Palace on Wednesday, and discuss how the two countries need to better the ties to have a more far-reaching partnership, Al Arabiya reports.

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He will also meet with Prime Minister Theresa May 

A meet-up that has been heavily anticipated by many, the two will discuss the ways Saudi can be a reliable partner as Britian looks for new relationships after quitting the European Union. 

A group of young Saudi students in London have been invited to welcome the Crown Prince upon his meeting with the Queen

This is beyond adorable.

And the city itself is welcoming him with open arms…

Just look at this billboard welcome! 

Highlighting his every achievements so far

“He is the living example of a long-awaited progressive Muslim leadership”

People on Twitter can’t help but express their joy over his arrival and what hope he brings to the Kingdom, with regards to change.

Many Saudis living in London are showing their pride for the Crown Prince

The city has gone all out with buses painted with warm wishes

The UK and Saudi’s relationship is a powerful one that is deep-rooted in history

After his three-day trip in London, Crown Prince MBS is headed to the U.S.

Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman is scheduled to visit the United States later on in the month to meet with President Donald Trump. 

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